Friday, June 22, 2012

Pinterest Project: Monogrammed Wall Art

The boys' jack-n-jack bathroom is almost complete. A big thanks should go to the wonderful ladies at Pottery Barn Kids for setting back the last of the soap dispensers until I arrived. Had it not been for them, I would still be on the hunt for the perfect accessories. Early last week I was searching the internet for ideas when I ran across these Primary Countertop Accessories.

And I got so excited I sent a text to a friend to show her but when I went to put them in my cart-they were all sold out. All but the trash can which wasn't cool. It was an all or nothing kind of thing for me.So the next morning I made a few calls and the ladies at PBK came through. I had to have these because I knew they would go perfectly with the striped towels my co-worker-and the mastermind behind everything I do when it comes decorating-found at World Market a few weeks back. 

When it came to their bathroom I really wanted a pop of color but then I wanted to throw in something that was more neutral and "earthy". I had remembered that I had pinned the perfect thing on Pinterest a few months back when I was trying to get ideas for the boys' room. So now that we had the towels and the accessories, we needed a little wall art to tie it all together. With a little help from Kaden, we were able to tackle this project while Daddy watched the Royals give up 10 embarrassing runs in just 2 short innings. 

My inspiration came from here. And as you can tell, I really didn't try and change it up at all because, well, it was just what I needed for the space. 

All it took were two 1/2 off frames from Hobby Lobby, a 3/4 inch mat, two letters printed on card stock (which I created myself on the computer), and some burlap for $3.99 a yard. 

See. Easy Peasy. And once we find the perfect shower curtain (haven't really looked since the boys only take baths and it would just get in the way) and a rug to go in front of the sink, I'll get to post a few pictures of the first "finished" room of the house. I know what you are thinking, it is about time we got something done around here. I'm just not that good at making big decisions like these...

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